AC in the News – Winter 2017

Posted on February 2nd, 2017 by klapa


Check out AC’s recent media coverage below!

Please note that the clips below will display best on desktop or laptop computers as opposed to mobile devices.


LLE Research Lands Local Teens in Semifinals
for National Science Competition
January 23rd, 2017

Two local teens have earned recognition in the prestigious Regeneron Science Talent Search (formerly the Intel Science Talent Search) for research projects they carried out last summer at the University of Rochester’s Laboratory for Laser Energetics (LLE). AC senior Nathan Morse is among the 300 semifinalists nationwide chosen from more than 1,700 who entered the competition. Click here to read more!


TEDx Rochester Returns to Illuminate
January 12th, 2017

TEDxAllendaleColumbiaSchool is mentioned as one of the TEDx events taking place in the Rochester area in this Democrat and Chronicle article about the return of TEDxRochester. Click here to read the full story!


Victor Resident Joins Allendale Columbia School
January 12th, 2017

This article announces John Palomaki’s appointment as Allendale Columbia School’s development and communications associate. In this role, John is responsible for managing the donor database, gift processing, research, reports, and the development and implementation of a social media plan to extend AC’s reach and engagement online. Click here to read more!


Allendale Columbia Robotics Team Competes in Tournament
December 27th, 2016

AC’s Robotics Team, the Chrononauts, competed in the Finger Lakes FIRST Tech Challenge Tournament at St. John Fisher College. The team placed 15th overall and was awarded the Rockwell Collins Innovate Award, advancing them to the Excelsior NY Regional Championship in February. The Rockwell Collins Innovate Award is given to one team per tournament that thinks outside the box and has the most innovative and creative robot design. Click here to see the full article!


No Bologna: Lunch Ladies and a Meal Man
Share their Favorite Holiday Recipes
Winter 2017

This article is a reprint of the feature story that appeared in 585 Magazine and highlights Laura Reynolds-Gorsuch, AC’s Food Service Director. In the article, Laura shares her recipe for AC Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies, a favorite among AC faculty, staff, and students. Click here to see!


High School Athlete of the Week – Addy Flood
December 1st, 2016

This High School Athlete of the Week article and video feature AC junior Adelaide “Addy” Flood. She states that, “This year as a captain, I hope to encourage my team like the seniors last year and the year before encouraged me.” Click here to see!




Local Teen Performs in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
November 24th, 2016

Several news outlets featured AC tenth grader John Phillips as he performed in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Click the following links to see the coverage from 13WHAM, Time Warner Cable News, and CNYCentral.com.


Allendale Columbia School’s Production of “Cinderella”
November 15th, 2016

AC students Phelan Conheady and Catherine Kennedy, and ASL Interpreter Steph Regan, appeared on Good Day Rochester to talk about AC’s production of “Cinderella” and the use of sign language during the show. Click here to see the interview!


Allendale Columbia School to Host Book Event Series
November 11th, 2016

This Brighton-Pittsford Post article highlights AC’s Book Event Series. Throughout the year, AC will host events so that members of the community can discuss the best-selling book about transforming education, Most Likely to Succeed: Preparing Our Kids for the Innovation Era, by Tony Wagner and Ted Dintersmith. Click here to learn more!


New Hires
November 11th, 2016

This Rochester Business Journal article announces three individuals who joined the AC team this year: Margarita Chaves as a World Language Teacher, John Curatalo as a Physical Education Teacher, and Angie Burch as an Accounting Specialist. Click here to see!


Author Charles Benoit Visits Allendale Columbia School
November 2nd, 2016

The Brighton-Pittsford Post highlighted AC’s recent author visit by publishing a photo of AC ninth grader Roxana “Roxy” Reisch introducing Greece author Charles Benoit before he presented a talk called “Stuck in High School: Why I Write Young Adult Fiction (and Why You Should Read It)”. Click here to see!


Allendale Columbia School to Host Open House
November 2nd, 2016

The Brighton-Pittsford Post highlighted AC’s fall open house, at which attendees had the opportunity to meet teachers, students, and administrators and tour the campus. Click here to see!


Local High Schooler to Perform in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
October 30th, 2016

This television news story highlights AC tenth grader John Phillips as he prepared to perform in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. As part of this experience, his trumpet skills were seen by an estimated 53 million people. Click here to see the story!


What You Need to Know About the Current State of Rochester’s Kids, Teaching Election 2016 and More
October 27th, 2016

AC’s Summer LEAP Program is mentioned at the 10:43 mark of this television show, which discusses the ongoing effort to improve outcomes for Rochester-area children. Click here to see!


We’re doing so many exciting and interesting things here at AC and look forward to sharing more media coverage with you in the future!

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AC in the News for September and October 2016

Posted on November 2nd, 2016 by klapa


Check out AC’s recent media coverage below!

Please note that the clips below will display best on desktop or laptop computers
as opposed to mobile devices.


 

No Bologna: Lunch Ladies and a Meal Man
Share their Favorite Holiday Recipes
November/December 2016

Laura Reynolds-Gorsuch, AC’s Food Service Director, is featured in this article highlighting local school lunch programs. In the article, Laura shares one of her favorite recipes: AC Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies. Click here to see!


 

Allendale Columbia School Announces 3 New Hires
October 26th, 2016

In this article, the Brighton-Pittsford Post shares details about three of AC’s most recent hires: Angie Burch, Accounting Specialist; Margarita Chaves, Lower School World Language Teacher; and John Curatalo, Physical Education Teacher. Click here to read about these three, and stay tuned for announcements about other faculty and staff members who joined AC this year!


 

Fairport Resident Joins Allendale Columbia School
October 26th, 2016

The Fairport-East Rochester Post recently announced the appointment of Margarita Chaves as Lower School World Language Teacher. Click here to see, and check back for announcements about other faculty and staff appointments!


 

Educator Spotlight: Lessons from the Field
October 25th, 2016

AC faculty member Beth Guzzetta has been featured as Educator of the Week on the National Geographic Education Blog. The interview highlights Beth’s work as a Middle School math and science teacher and an international research educator who organizes programs that emphasize field research as well as respect for other cultures and environments. Click here to see!


Local HS Trumpet Player to March in Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade
October 23rd, 2016

John Phillips, a 10th grader at AC, will be playing in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade this November. John is the first musician from Monroe County to play in the Great American High School Marching Band as part of the parade, and just four high school students were selected from New York to march in the parade as part of the band, which has been marching for the last ten years. Click the following links to see 13WHAM’s online video coverage, 5 a.m. show coverage (clip begins at the 6:26 mark), and online story. You can also click the following links to see FOX Rochester’s online video coverage,morning show coverage (at the 15:14 mark), and online story. Finally, visit this link to see WROC’s television coverage (at the 45:23 mark).


Family Court Candidates Agree on Value of “Tough Love”
October 21st, 2016

AC alum Stacey Romeo ’87 is featured in this Democrat and Chronicle article. As highlighted by the article, she was part of a mock trial team that won a national championship in San Francisco while she was a senior at Allendale Columbia School in 1987. After receiving an undergraduate and master’s degree, she decided to pursue a career in law. Click here to see the story online!


Best Way to Fill Out A College Application
October 5th, 2016

Mick Gee, Head of School, and Kristin Merriman, College Advisor, recently appeared on Good Day Rochester to share tips for students as they apply to college. They suggest that it’s important for students to own the process and start early. Click here to see!


RBJ Fast Start: Telling the Story of Allendale Columbia
September 30th, 2016

This Rochester Business Journal Fast Start article features Courtney Dixon, AC’s Director of Marketing and Communications. In addition to her efforts to tell AC’s story to both internal and external audiences, Courtney also worked with AC’s advancement and development personnel to launch the highly successful Make Your Mark Gala, and serves as an adjunct professor at Roberts Wesleyan College. Please click here to see!


Demographic Data Show an Increase in Diversity
September 23rd, 2016

Shannon Baudo, AC’s Director of Enrollment Management and Financial Aid, is highlighted in this Rochester Business Journal article discussing enrollment trends at some local schools. In the article, Shannon shares that AC opened 2016-2017 with its highest enrollment in several years. Click here to read more!


Gee Leads School to Expand, Improve
September 9th, 2016

This Rochester Business Journal article highlights Mick Gee, Head of School. As stated in the article, since 2012 enrollment is up 26 percent, the annual fund has more than doubled, and the campus has expanded with the opening of a $250,000 Design & Innovation Lab. Please click here to read the full article!


We’re doing so many exciting and interesting things here at AC and look forward to sharing more media coverage with you in the future!

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AC in the News for July and August 2016

Posted on September 1st, 2016 by klapa

Allendale Columbia School has recently been featured in a number of news outlets, providing an opportunity to showcase our position as a cure for the Common Core in front of a wide range of audiences! Highlights are included below; we hope you enjoy reading about some of the great things happening at AC! Please note that the clips below will display best on desktop or laptop computers as opposed to mobile devices.


Back to School: Healthy, Innovative Lunches
August 22nd, 2016

News reporter Jennifer Johnson spent a morning at Allendale Columbia School covering our food program and interviewing Laura Reynolds-Gorsuch, Food Service Director; Dr. Elizabeth Murray, AC parent and pediatrician; Lindsey Brown, AC faculty member and Director of AC’s Summer LEAP Program; and students Indiia Maring and Juliana Bruno. Click here to see!


AC’s Make Your Mark Gala Featured in “Seen” Section
August 5th, 2016

More than 450 people joined honorary chairs the Judson family and co-chairs Duffy Palmer and Mark Siwiec at Oak Hill Country Club for AC’s Make Your Mark Gala. The event celebrated AC’s rich 125- year history and raised $265,000 for the school. Click here to see!


Local Schools Work to Prevent Learning Loss
August 4th, 2016

Allendale Columbia School’s Summer LEAP program was featured in this Fairport-East Rochester Post article. LEAP works to combat summer learning loss as students participate in a variety of academic experiences and field trips. The article includes a photo of students involved in a S.T.E.M. experiment in AC’s Design & Innovation Lab, which opened last fall. Click here to see the story online and here to see the story in print!


Rochester Magazine
Allendale Columbia School’s Make Your Mark Gala
Summer 2016

This full-page feature includes photos from Allendale Columbia School’s Make Your Mark Gala, stating that the very well attended event provided a chance to celebrate the school’s 125-year history and reflect on the accomplishments of current and former students. Click here to see!


Ten Lucky Students Headed to Earthworks Camp
August 3rd, 2016

This news story featured a partnership between AC, The Earthworks Institute, Senator Funke, Senator Robach, Assembly Majority Leader Morelle, Summer LEAP, and The Center for Youth. Funded by a state grant Earthworks received and hosted at AC, students from The Center for Youth and Summer LEAP have been given the opportunity to participate in a week-long outdoor camp experience called Runnin’ Wild. Please click here to see!


$25,000 Grant Helps Non-Profit Teach STEM Over Summer
August 3rd, 2016

Thanks to a $25,000 New York State grant, a local non-profit known as Earthworks is able to give up to ten children a five-day summer camp experience. The organization works in partnership with AC’s Summer LEAP program to help Rochester City School District students who want to attend the Center for Youth’s camp. Click here to see!


Bright Spot: Summer LEAP Program at Allendale Columbia
July 12th, 2016

Channel 13 did a Bright Spot featuring AC’s Summer LEAP program. This initiative fights summer learning loss by providing free summer programming as students from Rochester City School No. 17 attend classes for six weeks, receive meals and work on reading, math, health, character development, art and music. Click here to see!


Rochester In Focus: AC’s Madagascar Experience
July 10th, 2016

This Rochester in Focus feature that appeared on Channel 10 highlights AC’s Madagascar trip and includes interviews with AC faculty member Beth Guzzetta and student Adelaide Flood. Please click here to see the coverage, which has been uploaded to Vimeo!


We’re doing so many exciting and interesting things here at AC and look forward to sharing more media coverage with you in the future!

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AC in the News for May and June 2016

Posted on June 17th, 2016 by klapa

Allendale Columbia School has recently been featured in a number of news outlets, providing an opportunity to showcase our position as a cure for the Common Core in front of a wide range of audiences! Highlights are included below; we hope you enjoy reading about some of the great things happening at AC! Please note that the clips below will display best on desktop or laptop computers as opposed to mobile devices.


Allendale Columbia Rejoices in its 125th Anniversary
June 7th, 2016

As we near the end of our 125th year, Allendale Columbia School graced the front page of the Democrat and Chronicle in an article highlighting some of our history, faculty designing their own curriculum, the Great Penny RACE in Lower School, the DuPont Challenge, our food program, the recent trips to Madagascar and Senegal, and our Summer LEAP program. Click here to view the story online!


Brighton Memorial Library Honors Literary Awards Contest Winners
June 7th, 2016

This Brighton-Pittsford Post article features Brighton Memorial Library’s 44th annual Literary Awards Contest winners. Two AC students received honorable mentions in their division – Liza Cotter for her piece titled “Where the Boy Rides His Bike” and Evelyn Van Arsdale for her piece titled “The Message”. Click here to see!


Neurodiversity Advocate Calls for Kindness
June 3rd, 2016

This Greece Post piece was written by Kate Bjorklund, a member of AC’s Class of 2016, about one of the TEDxAllendaleColumbiaSchool speakers (and soon-to-be AC student) Dylan Dailor. Dylan has been active in his role as a neurodiversity advocate for years, and even authored his own book. Click here to read the online version, or pick up the June 16th edition to see it in print!


ROC Youth HackFest Challenges Youth to Use Technology
for Social Good
June 2nd, 2016

Fourteen students from Brighton and Pittsford won their divisions and took home awards for their social innovation at the first youth hackathon in the Greater Rochester region. Included among the winners were AC’s Adam Awad, Liza Cotter, and Brendan Keller. The event was a collaboration between iCanCode, Digital Rochester and AT&T, and was born out of a desire to expand coding opportunities for Rochester-area youth. To see the full article, click here!


Photos from Local Student’s One Cubic Foot Madagascar Trip
June 2nd, 2016

In this story, WHEC shares some of the photos taken by participants of AC’s recent trip to Madagascar. The trip is a collaboration including members of the Seneca Park Zoo’s One Cubic Foot project and Allendale Columbia School. Click here to see!


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Tough Tech Choices: Laptops, Tablets, Chromebooks, BYOD?
May 24th, 2016

In this article, former AC employee Jeff Mao provides insights for schools as they determine what technological devices to provide their students. He states that he learned from AC’s mission statement that “structure should liberate, not confine.” As a result, he suggests that schools should “seek a solution that solves for [their] educational goals, not the other way around.” Click here to read more!


Bright Spot on Awak Thongjang, Thomas Riveros, and Nolan Redhead
May 23rd, 2016 

Three AC students – Awak Thongjang, Thomas Riveros, and Nolan Redhead – were highlighted in a 13WHAM segment recently, after having a combined birthday party and collecting money and toys to donate in lieu of gifts. Click here to see!


Honor Flight
May 22nd, 2016

AC students recently went to the airport to welcome Honor Flight participants, and although his name and school weren’t added to the screen, AC student Henry Nicosia speaks about this experience at the 16:39 mark of this clip from WHEC!


Local Rochester Students Will Travel to Madagascar
May 17th, 2016

This WHEC story features the group from Allendale Columbia School and the Seneca Park Zoo as they prepared to leave for their trip to Madagascar. AC’s Kate Bjorklund and Luke Nicosia were interviewed as part of the story; click here to see!


Allendale Columbia Students About to Leave for Madagascar
May 13th, 2016

This Time Warner Cable News story shows AC students gearing up for a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Madagascar, to study the biodiversity of the African island. The trip was part of a partnership between the Seneca Park Zoo, Smithsonian Institution, and California-based photographer and environmentalist David Liittschwager. The story features comments from AC students Kate Bjorklund and Emily Atieh; click here to watch!


Rochester in Focus
May 8th, 2016

This edition of Rochester in Focus features AC faculty members Ariane Baer-Harper and Beth Guzzetta as they discuss their plans to bring groups of AC students to Senegal and Madagascar, respectively. Their interviews begin at the one minute mark found here.


High School Musicals Honored at Stars of Tomorrow
May 5th, 2016

As this article outlines, AC’s production of “Little Shop of Horrors” was recognized at the recent Stars of Tomorrow Gala for Outstanding Acting Ensemble, Outstanding Pit Orchestra, and Alex Carioty was recognized as Outstanding Supporting Actor for his portrayal of “Orin.” In addition, Conner Shumway was recognized for his set design, and Phelan Conheady and Fateemah Saleem were recognized for incorporating sign into the show. More than 30 schools from the Greater Rochester Area performed musical numbers throughout the event, including our students who reprised “Skid Row” and Alyssa Lewis who brought the house down with her opening solo! See all the award winners here.


Earth Day Fun at Allendale Columbia
April 22nd, 2016

Channel 13 highlights AC’s Earth Day activities in this story, including the presentations by our first graders and Headwater Food Hub, as well as our electronics recycling center. See the story here.


Food-About-Town

Christin Ortiz and Headwater Food
April 19th, 2016

The marketing manager of the Headwater Food Hub discusses AC’s sustainability efforts in terms of its food service program at the 41:40 mark of this podcast. While AC’s current efforts are somewhat different from those described, AC does occasionally weigh the garbage and have contests between divisions to see who can create the least waste during a lunch period, and we have a substantial farm to table program. Click here to listen!


New Local Meat Facility Planned for 2017
April 18th, 2016

AC Food Service Team Member Yesenia Roman is included in this story’s photo and video, which discusses a new United States Department of Agriculture-inspected butchering facility being planned by Headwater Food Hub and McCann’s Local Meats. Click here to see!


We’re doing so many exciting and interesting things here at AC and look forward to sharing more media coverage with you in the future!

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AC in the News – Spring 2016

Posted on April 21st, 2016 by klapa

Allendale Columbia School has recently been featured in a number of news outlets, providing an opportunity to showcase our position as a cure for the Common Core in front of a wide range of audiences! Highlights are included below; we hope you enjoy reading about some of the great things happening at AC! Please note that the clips below will display best on desktop or laptop computers as opposed to mobile devices.

Bright Spot: Allendale Columbia Students Jump Rope and Shoot Hoops for Heart
April 18th, 2016

This 13WHAM Bright Spot features Lower and Middle School students at Allendale Columbia who recently raised money for the American Heart Association. The students were able to raise more than $10,000 as part of the Jump Rope and Hoops for Heart programs. Click here to see!


Allendale Columbia School to Host Open House
April 18th, 2016

This Brighton-Pittsford Post article encourages readers to attend AC’s next open house, taking place from 5 to 7 p.m. on April 26th. Click here to read more!



A Bottom-Up Approach to S.T.E.M. Education
Spring 2016

This article highlights the all-female team of former corporate engineers that has joined forces as S.T.E.M. educators at Allendale Columbia School. Implementing instructional programs starting in Lower School grades has yielded remarkable results in effectively developing S.T.E.M. fluency, design thinking, and strategic innovation in this bottom-up approach to real-world engineering education.Click here to read more.


Photo of the Day
March 16th, 2016

Work by AC student Matthew Duver was recently featured as a Time Warner Cable News Photo of the Day. Click here to see Matthew’s photo and here to see other images featured by this news network.


TEDxRochester and TEDxFlourCity Are on Life Support
March 2016

While some local TEDx events are in jeopardy, according to this article AC’s licensed TEDx event, TEDxAllendaleColumbiaSchool, is going strong. Click here to read more!



Special Santas Program
January 2016

Several Post papers (such as the Webster, Penfield, Gates-Chili, Greece, Victor, Brighton-Pittsford, Henrietta, Irondequoit, and Fairport-East Rochester Post) included a photo spread featuring AC kindergarten students as they shopped for items to donate to Hillside’s Special Santas Program. Click here to see!


Rochester Museum & Science Center to Honor Educators, Organizations
December 22nd, 2015

This article discusses the Rochester Museum & Science Center S.T.E.M. Awards ceremony, through which the RMSC highlights local area educators and organizations that are making a difference and teaching the community about the important opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math. Sue Sorrentino, Donna Chaback, and Kathy Irvine from the Allendale Columbia Lower School S.T.E.M. Team were recognized as part of the Leadership Awards in the S.T.E.M. Education category. Click here to read more.



Bright Spot: A Lesson in Giving
December 14th, 2015

13WHAM offered a Bright Spot salute to AC kindergarteners as the students spent the proceeds from their bake sale on gifts for children served by the Hillside Family of Agencies’ Special Santas Program. The students raised more than $1,200 while learning about the importance of community service. Click here to see!


On the Move
December 14th, 2015

The Democrat and Chronicle announces the appointment of Shannon Baudo to the position of Director of Enrollment Management and Financial Aid, Tina Duver to the position of Assistant Head of Middle School, and Ryan Burke to the position of Head of Middle and Upper Schools in this posting. Click here to see!


Notable Names
November 26th, 2015

The Fairport-East Rochester Post announces the appointment of Ryan Burke as Head of Middle and Upper Schools in this article!


We’re doing so many exciting and interesting things here at AC and look forward to sharing more media coverage with you in the future!

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AC in the News – December 2015

Posted on December 17th, 2015 by klapa

Allendale Columbia School has recently been featured in a number of news outlets, providing an opportunity to showcase our position as a cure for the Common Core in front of a wide range of audiences! Highlights are included below; we hope you enjoy reading about some of the great things happening at AC! Please note that the clips below will display best on desktop or laptop computers as opposed to mobile devices.


Design & Innovation Lab Opens at Allendale Columbia
December 3rd, 2015

This Brighton-Pittsford Post article highlights the opening of AC’s new Design & Innovation Lab as well as the highly successful STREAM model. Mick Gee, Head of School, is quoted in the article, stating, “Research is born out of curiosity and the arts grow out of imagination.” Click here to read more!


Notable Names
November 22nd, 2015

AC was delighted to appoint Martha Bjorklund to the role of Assistant Head of Lower School at the beginning of the school year. Click here to see the announcement in the Daily Messenger.


Base Decision on Section V Postseason Play on Facts
November 21st, 2015

Ted Hunt, Upper School faculty member and HAC boys soccer coach, shares his thoughts about recruitment in high school athletics in this Democrat and Chronicle article. Click here to read the full article!


Allendale Columbia on Good Day Rochester
November 20th, 2015

The Good Day Rochester cast was joined by Amanda Meldrum, AC drama and music teacher, as well as AC student Phelan Conheady who talked about AC’s presentation of “Little Shop of Horrors.” Click here to see (the clip begins at the 12:09 mark).


Allendale Columbia Students Sending Sentiments of Love
and Peace to Paris
November 16th, 2015

AC French students send sentiments of peace and love to Paris through a beautiful peace wall. AC French teacher and French citizen, Ariane Baer-Harper says, “I don’t tell them what to write. It comes from the heart.” Click here to see!


Design & Innovation Lab Opens at Allendale Columbia School
November 4th, 2015

The Brighton-Pittsford Post and New York Real Estate Journal recently published a recap of the ribbon-cutting event for AC’s new Design & Innovation Lab, stating that, “The two-floor, 925-square-foot lab is one of few, if not the only, of its kind among primary and secondary schools in the Rochester area and is a milestone in celebrating Allendale Columbia’s 125th year.” Click here to read the article!


School Opens All-Ages Lab for Innovation
October 30th, 2015

This Rochester Business Journal article highlights AC’s new Design & Innovation Lab, as well as some of the partnerships and experiences that are important parts of the AC experience. Head of School Mick Gee is quoted in the article stating, “Our school is different from traditional schools. We’re more flexible and encourage students to think differently. We wanted a space to reflect that, to give students open areas, room for collaboration, inspiration for creativity.” Click here to read more!


Design & Innovation Lab Now Open at Allendale Columbia
October 29th, 2015

Time Warner Cable News aired this story, which highlights the opening of AC’s new Design & Innovation Lab. Included is footage of the new space as well as comments from Mick Gee, Head of School. Click here to see the full story!


Partnerships Provide Meaningful, Relevant Instruction
September 25th, 2015

The Rochester Business Journal published this article about the various ways Rochester-area private schools are forming partnerships to enhance their students’ educational experience. Head of School Mick Gee was interviewed about HAC Athletics, our partnership with the Harley School, and our partnership with the Rochester Institute of Technology. Click here to read the article!


More Healthy Meals, Snacks Find their Way Onto the Menu
September 25th, 2015

This Rochester Business Journal article highlights the shift many local schools are making to provide healthier and more sustainable options for snacks and lunches. Director of Food Services, Laura Reynolds Gorsuch, provides details about the many enhancements to AC’s food service program. Click here to read more!


We’re doing so many exciting and interesting things here at AC and look forward to sharing more media coverage with you in the future!

 

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